Triangular Shawls: a step by step guide


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Product Description


A knitted shawl is a versatile accessory. Wrap it, pin it, or wear it like a scarf. Make one in wool to ward off cool winds or make one in silk to go with a wedding dress. This illustrated step-by-step guide will take you through the process of making your own top-down triangular shawl, and includes two patterns.

Skill level

One skein (100 grams/462 yards)fingering weight yarn
Shown in Knit Picks Stroll Tonal 75% superwash merino 25% nylon in Blue Violet (garter stitch version, above, right) and Springtime (lace version, below right)
Feel free to substitute other yarn weights

Each shawl measures 46” wide by 23” tall (117 cm by 58 cm)

19 stitches and 34 rows = 4”/10cm in stockinette, after blocking
Gauge is not crucial for this project

Circular needles US 6 (4.0mm). If using a different yarn weight, use a needle one or two sizes larger than recommended on the label

Other supplies
2-4 stitch markers
Pins for blocking
Blunt yarn needle